50/50 Colored Pencils in Tin

50/50 Colored Pencils in Tin

by Natural Products Ltd.

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Product Details

UPC: 5037200007961
Manufacturer: Natural Products Ltd.
Publication date: 08/23/2013

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50/50 Colored Pencils in Tin 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
lvmybug More than 1 year ago
The picture of these colored pencils is NOT true to color. This pack contains a bright lime green, a dark green, a dark and bright orange. You can not find these shades at Crayola or CraZart or Artist'sloft. I have already gone through two boxes of these pencils. They color smooth and nicely sharpen.
SarrieJ More than 1 year ago
I love these pencils so much that I am online today to oder another set. Beautiful colors and texture to use withe the gorgeous "Art of Nature" coloring book.
MIchele2112 More than 1 year ago
My teenager loves the grown up coloring books and these were a gift to go with them. She loves that she can take them with her and still have lots of color options.
Two2dogs More than 1 year ago
I bought these pencils to include with my Adult Coloring Book gifts, its just nice to include the pencils that way the person receiving the gift can start coloring right away.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just received these pencils and already love them. The colors are great and easy to use for the color just flows out of them. At time I don't need a blender to smooth out the colors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love these!
Jan Carpenter More than 1 year ago
Can't say what the quality of these pencils is because I receive 8 of the 12 pencils I was suppose to receive. When I had a live chat with Barnes and Noble I was offered 3 options. 1) Return and they will resend 2) 10% refund 3) Return for a complete refund once they receive the mailed back pencils. I laugh at their math. A full 1/3 of the pencils was not sent (0.33) and they offer me a 10% (0.10) refund. Certainly not in the offended parties favor. Nice way to make a happy customer by try to make them think you are doing them some kind of favor. Lost a customer because of a $10 purchase you should have given at least a 40% discount on. (10% of $10 = $1.00. 0.33% missing = $ 3.00 worth of merchandise missing ). REALLY BARNES AND NOBLE. I'm not paying for what I did not receive!